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New Words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Feb 20, 2017)

New Words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Feb 20, 2017) Calexit Bremoaner democracy sausage To know the definition and other details of these new words , visit About words, a blog from Cambridge Dictionary. Blog post written by: Cambridge Words This … Continue reading

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Me, myself and I: How to use pronouns (1) – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Feb 15, 2017)

Me, myself and I: How to use pronouns (1) – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Feb 15, 2017) Pronouns are words we use instead of nouns in order to avoid repeating the nouns. Compare the following: Laura picked up the … Continue reading

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Head over heels! (Love idioms) – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Feb 08, 2017)

Head over heels! (Love idioms) – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Feb 08, 2017) With Valentine’s Day almost upon us, our attention at About Words has turned to love, or more specifically, the various phrases and idioms that we use … Continue reading

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Transitive or intransitive; Countable or uncountable – what does it all mean?? – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Feb 01, 2017)

Transitive or intransitive; Countable or uncountable – what does it all mean?? – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Feb 01, 2017) It’s all very well being told that we use many in front of countable plural nouns and much before … Continue reading

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New Words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Jan 30, 2017)

New Words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Jan 30, 2017) tech bro Textalyzer digital twin To know the definition and other details of these new words , visit About words, a blog from Cambridge Dictionary. Blog post written by: Cambridge Words … Continue reading

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I keep putting it off. (Phrasal verbs with ‘put’) – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Jan 25, 2017)

I keep putting it off. (Phrasal verbs with ‘put’) – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Jan 25, 2017) As part of an occasional series on phrasal verbs formed with common verbs, this post looks at phrasal verbs that contain the … Continue reading

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New Words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Jan 23, 2017)

New Words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Jan 23, 2017) deep learning cybersoldier malicious insider To know the definition and other details of these new words , visit About words, a blog from Cambridge Dictionary. Blog post written by: Cambridge Words … Continue reading

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Some or any? Little words that cause big problems – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Jan 18, 2017)

Some or any? Little words that cause big problems – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Jan 18, 2017) Some and any are extremely useful and frequent words in English, but they are also the source of many learner errors. This … Continue reading

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New Words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Jan 16, 2017)

New Words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Jan 16, 2017) escape room night czar micro-adventure To know the definition and other details of these new words , visit About words, a blog from Cambridge Dictionary. Blog post written by: Cambridge Words … Continue reading

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Let’s call it a day. (Everyday idioms in newspapers) – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Jan 11, 2017)

Let’s call it a day. (Everyday idioms in newspapers) – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Jan 11, 2017) As regular readers of this blog will know, now and then we like to focus on frequent idioms – that is, the … Continue reading

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